As we await a potentially very interesting match between China and Serbia in their last match of the Group stage at the Rio Olympics, there are a lot of stakes to be taken into consideration.
In case of a win, Serbia will get into the knockout stage of the competition, for the first time as an independent state. A truly historical success for a generation that has a lot at stake. The players of Aleksandar Đorđević, lead by captain Miloš Teodosić are on their first ever Olympics, and expectations from the team, and back home are running high.
China on the other hand is looking for international confirmation of their rising popularity in basketball. Despite the importance, the atmosphere is expected to be sports worthy.
When it comes to us far away from Rio, there are various viewing options.
The viewers from the Balkans can watch the match on Serbia’s National Television (RTS), while you can always opt for an array of livestream pages (due to copyright laws, I can’t link these to you, but a simple Google search should do the trick), that will offer you different language streams, depending on the channel your service is streaming from.
If you don’t have an actual viewing option, there are livescore pages and free apps, such as SofaScore, that will allow you to follow the match as close as possible. You know how these things work. 🙂
Once the full game video becomes available, some time during the day, I will link it here. So you can rewatch all of your favorite moments. Please have in mind the time difference.